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Default Standard XJ Dana 30 Pinion

Hey All,

Chasing a standard Ring & Pinion from the front Dana 30 around the 98 year. Need it to take some dimensions from so it would be great if someone has one I could borrow for a couple of days or I am happy to rent or buy it from you. Ideally I am after the entire Pinion assembly (so the shims and oil slingers, don't need the bearings), it does not matter if it has been damaged or well worn.

If you can help me out please let me know.

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Where are you located and what are you trying to do, it won't matter what year, all that will matter is HP d30 or LP d30...
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Have the HP30.

Need to measure the pinion height and the standard shim thickness as a starting point for assembly.
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When I had my Elocker fitted my diff man put the bearings on first then welded the shims on the outside. Saves pulling the bearings off if it doesn't fit.
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